Title Manager

The Title Manager will report to the Sr. Director of Development and be responsible for managing all title functions as they relate to the development of our utility-scale solar projects. Successful candidates will have experience with real estate development, contract compliance and title escrow transactions.

Location: This position is located in Boise, ID with a hybrid work style.

ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS: (Position may include additional functions not listed.) *

• Responsible for managing all title and escrow related activities of utility-scale solar projects, including coordinating cross-functionally with a variety of internal and external stakeholders during a project’s development lifecycle

• Conduct due diligence review for real estate transactions; including, but not limited to, title and survey, lease, and third-party reporting

          o Obtain and confirm legal property descriptions of proposed energy facilities to ensure
              accuracy and compliance

• Manage all title/escrow transaction deadlines to ensure continued compliance with all land contracts

          o Serve as the main point of contact for title companies on all land transactions requiring

• Review all land agreements for accuracy and work closely with title companies to ensure all recording standards are met and documents are recorded in a timely and accurate manner

           o Partner with internal project leads and managers to assemble necessary supporting               documentation

           o Ensure that the title company has all necessary documentation and conditions are satisfied               to close escrow

• Take the lead in an advisory compacity where necessary to identify and/or mitigate key real estate risks

• Coordinate with the Legal team to manage processes including, but not limited to, endorsement order and analysis, title commitment updates, crossing consents, escrow closing, and recording

• Work with external stakeholders to finalize transactions and negotiate appropriate title policies and premiums if necessary

• Prepare appropriate real estate development or diligence budgets

           o Oversee all real estate-related expenditures to ensure conformity with budgetary restrictions,               project schedules and established standards

QUALIFICATIONS: (Required knowledge, skills, abilities, education, experience, etc.)

• Bachelor’s degree in related field or industry equivalent

• 4+ years of industry-related or transferable experience

• Demonstrable experience with real estate development and contract compliance required

• Proficient computer skills including Microsoft Office Suite

• Ability to manage competing deadlines and priorities

• Effective interpersonal, verbal, and written communication skills

• Self-motivated with the ability to effectively manage competing deadlines or projects with minimal oversight

• Committed team player with the ability to develop and maintain productive work relationships

• Flexibility conducive to a fast-paced, growing company environment

PHYSICAL & OTHER REQUIREMENTS: (physical, environmental, travel, etc.)

• Ability to work in office setting; primarily sedentary; use of normal office machines

• Availability to work additional hours or weekends as projects demand

Similar Job Titles: Title Administrator, Title Specialist, Title Escrow Associate, Title Compliance Manager, Paralegal with Escrow and Title Experience, Real Estate Compliance Specialist


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Responsibilities and qualifications listed are not all inclusive.

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Please submit resumes to jobs@clenera.com.